9. Beaming Notes Exercises
Grade 1. exercise 9 beaming notes
Beaming notes means grouping notes of small values
These notes are joined with a line at the tip of the stem of the notes.
This line is called a Beam, hence the phrase beaming notes.
When beaming notes you need to be very careful of
the note values.
Two quaver notes may be beamed with one beam in place of using the tail.
The difficult part comes when you need to join
together a group of notes.
Which require beaming of different values. If you are unsure about any part
of beaming notes now would be a good time to take a look back at lesson 9
in the Music Theory Lesson Grade One. Where you will find many examples
in diagram form of beaming notes of small values.
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